The showroom of Camargo Corrêa Desenvolvimento Imobiliário (CCDI) will receive next Sunday, October 28, the well-being activities carried out in cooperation with Institute Arte de Viver Bem, as well as a lecture with Valéria Baraccat Gyy, the Institute's president. The actions are a part of the Pink October Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which the company supports. Due to the campaign, CCDI's showroom and website were shaded pink in October.
Mizuno's new campaign, "Football stars know it: the best boots are Mizuno's", for the Morelia, Ignitus 2, and Supersonic 3 boots, is starred by sponsored athletes Jonas, Dedé, and Hulk – all from the Brazilian team, with the boots they wear on the fields. The campaign will be displayed at 70 points of sale in major Brazilian cities.
Mizuno has a solid history and tradition in football boots development. An example is Morelia boots, which are handmade in Japan since 1985 and were based on studies with Brazilian players. Hulk, who plays as a striker for Zenith (Russia), is Morelia's ambassador in the world.
Children and teenagers participating in the Educação pela Cultura (Education by Culture) Project launched the book "Ensaios Poéticos", on October 17th. The publication was produced by the young students of an educational unit of the city of João Pessoa (State of Paraíba) and supported by the project conducted by the Alpargatas Institute, that proposes to encourage reading, writing and produce texts, stories, songs and string literature (literature de cordel).
Registration for the Reading Journey award 2012, which began in July, has its deadline extended to October 31st. The new deadline applies to both educators, who must send their reports of practical actions, and managers, who must send their plans of action. All the 14 municipalities that are part of projects which encourage reading of Ideal School Program, of Camargo Corrêa Institute, are invited to attend.
To register, simply visit www.jornadadaleitura.org.br and follow the instructions on the website. On this page you can also participate and contribute to discussions about literature through the Blog.
The award ceremony will be held in May 2013.
Balls, dolls, toy cars, teddy bears, and others, were donated for children from 6 to 15 years old in an action of Camargo Corrêa Builder Company. On October 11th, the eve of Children's Day, 13 professionals of the company have donated toys to students at the Três de Dezembro Elementary Municipal School, in União Bandeirantes, State of Rondônia. About 1.4 thousand toys were collected in the action previous week at the construction site of Jirau Hydroelectric Power Plant and donated for the event.
Camargo Corrêa Group is sponsoring the Corrida&Caminhada Contra o Câncer (Race & Walk against Cancer) which is happening since October 14th and runs until December 16th. The participant cities are: Belo Horizonte (MG), Balneário Camboriú (SC), Alphaville (SP), Campinas (SP), Ribeirão Preto (SP), Blumenau (SC), São José (SC), and Brasília (DF). The circuit will revert 100% of the funds raised through the sale of registration to Hospital de Câncer of Barretos, in the State of São Paulo, an international benchmark in medical care of high complexity in cancer treatment.
Good ideas for education need support and, in most cases, financing to be put into practice. However, several managers don't know the ways to access the resources available to public schools. In order to assist municipalities in this task, the Camargo Corrêa Institute (ICC) launches the Resource Guide for Education – Federal Programs, Projects and Actions. The publication is a collection of diverse and extensive information about the resources currently offered by the federal government to education in the municipalities. We describe 56 programs, projects and actions, as well as five awards and competitions of different agencies that can help to finance educational activities of municipalities.
Volunteer work done by professionals of InterCement became a case study about the impacts of private social investment in Pedro Leopoldo, MG. The work "Novas Fronteiras de Investimento Social: Aprendizagens de uma Experiência" (New Frontiers of Social Investment: a Learning Experience) held by Fundação Dom Cabral (FDC) was presented in September at an event sponsored by FDC and by Camargo Corrêa Institute. More than the projects implemented, the study highlights the methodology and process as the most innovative aspects and greater impact on the success of the initiatives.
Now is the time of the year when recent graduates make tests, dynamics and interviews to get a job as a trainee.
Most of selections happens between September and November. "We're carrying out 17 processes, all at the same time", says Caroline Cobiak, coordinator of Across, a company specialized in hiring trainees. Another company like that, Cia de Talentos, has 30 processes open, according its director Paula Esteves.
The simultaneous selections force the candidates to choose few companies. This is the case of Enzo Fraletti, 24 years old, a recent graduated in Business Administration. He was disputing for a job in five different companies, but gave up two of them to not harm the other processes.
A team of archaeologists found eleven skeletons, plus ceremonial artifacts, adornments and bonfire stains, aged approximately 4,000 to 5,000 years, at an archaeological site where they are building the cable-stayed bridge of Laguna, State of Santa Catarina.
According to scholars, members of the Research Group in Archaeology and Patrimonial Education (Grupep) of Unisul, the materials may be owned by indigenous communities that lived in the area 2,000 years before Christ. So far, five skeletons were recovered and there are six to be removed from excavation – held in sambaqui Cabeçudas.
The works are expected to be finalized later this week and are part of the schedule of works of cable-stayed bridge. The project, executed by the Camargo Corrêa Builder Company, connects the communities Bentos and Bananais, in Laguna, in the south of Santa Catarina, and is part of the project to double the BR-101 highway, which crosses the north coast until the Brazil southern, with 2,965 miles long.